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Monday, May 30, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

2ND ALARM SEYMOUR CT 41 DEFORREST STREET REPORTED FIRE ON THE #1-FLOOR OF A 8-STORY OCCUPIED MULTIPLE DWELLING REPORTED 2-BURN VICTIMS REMOVED M/A REQUESTED TO SCENE CT21 [TAC9-C20]. 12:37a.m.

BROOKLYN NY 22-2059 **2ND ALM** ON HEMLOCK ST @ PITKIN AVE 2 STY PD WITH WINDOW BARS FIRE EXT/TO EXP'S BN39 [MNS-30] * 1:30a.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY 22-2059 **2ND ALM** ON HEMLOCK ST @ PITKIN AVE 2 STY PD 20X40 FIRE INTO EXP 2 & 4 2 STY 20X40 PDS 3 LINES IN OPER. BN51 SAFETY COR BN58 COMCORD DWH BN39 [MNS-30] * 1:32a.m.

UPDATE BROOKLYN,NY BOX#2059 **SECOND-ALARM** BC#39 REPORTS AT HEMLOCK STREER AT PITKIN AVE FIRE ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF A THREE STORY PRIVATE DWELLING. WITH FIRE IN EXPOSURE TWO AND FOUR. EAN582* [EAN]. 1:32a.m.

U/d BROOKLYN NY 22-2059 **2ND ALM** AOF 570 HEMLOCK ST X PITKIN AVE 2 STY FRM 20X40 VAC+PD FIRE INTO EXP 2 & 4 ALSO 2 STY FRM 20X40 OCC PDS 3 LINES RUN PRI SCH UNDERWAY BN39 [MNS-30] * 1:39a.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY 22-2059 **2ND ALM** AOF 570 HEMLOCK ST X PITKIN AVE FIRE IN -3- 2 STY FRMS 20X40 OCC PDS ALL VIS FIRE K/D PRI SCH NEG SECONDARY UNDERWAY STILL DWH DIV-15 BN39 [MNS-30] * 1:49a.m.

UPDATE BROOKLYN,NY BOX#2059 **SECOND-ALARM** BC#39 REPORTS AT 570 HEMLOCK AND PITKIN AVE FIRE WAS IN THREE THREE STORY FRAMES 20 BY 40 ALL FIRE OUT (NO ONE FOUND AFTER PRI SEARCHES) EAN582 [EAN]. 1:49a.m.

*FINAL* U/D BROOKLYN NY 22-2059 **2ND ALM** AOF 570 HEMLOCK ST X PITKIN AVE FIRE -3- 2 STY FRMS 20X40 PRI SCH NEG SECONDARY IN PROGRESS FIRE IS *PWH* "FIRE DURATION 33 MINS" DIV-15 [MNS-30] * 1:55a.m.

2ND ALARM HUDSON MA 339 BRIGHAM STREET STRUCTURAL FIRE M/A REQUESTED *470.7000* C729/C975 [TAC9-C20]. 3:14a.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM HUDSON MA 331 BRIGAM STREET STRUCTURAL FIRE C1 REPORTS EXTERIOR ATTACK ONLY M/A REQUESTED *470.7000* C729/C975 [TAC9-C20]. 3:18a.m.

2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL BRISTOL NH 22 REMICK ROAD HEAVY SMOKE/FIRE FROM A OCC. BUILDING M/A TO WORK/COVER *159.900* C132/C101/C158 [TAC9-C171]. 8:04a.m.

DANSVILLE, MI (INGHAM): WORKING BARN FIRE AT 3345 E DANSVILLE RD (M-36) X DIETZ. SHERIFF UNIT O/S CONFIRMING F/I. DANSVILLE FD HAS M/A STOCKBRIDGE, LEROY TWP, WILLIAMSTON, MASON & LESLIE FOR TANKERS & MP. MON:155.940, 154.415, 460.350 (FNNM 552). 8:17a.m.

SCOTCH PLAINS NJ: *GEN'L ALM* 2321 COLES AV 2 STY DWELLING FULLY INV. M/A TO WORK/COVER EAN45/37/10 [EAN]. 10:56a.m.

CIFN NATIONAL GEONA-KINGSTON(DEKALB CO IL) 2-11 ON BOX 6-66 FOR A W/F AT 30681 LINCOLN. RPTD ONE HOUSE AND TWO BARNS. CIFN-140. 2:26p.m.

CIFN NATIONAL GEONA-KINGSTON(DEKALB CO IL)NOW A 3-11 ON BOX 6-66 FOR THE W/F 30681 LINCOLN. SPEC REQ FOR DEKALB ENG CIFN*140. 2:26p.m.

2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL WOONSOCKET, RI: ON 3RD AVE. FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE. HEAVY FIRE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL. *154.130* (C103). [TAC9-C51]. 2:30p.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM WOONSOCKET, RI: ON 3RD AVE. OIC REPORTS HEAVY FIRE FLOOR 3 AND ATTIC OF A STRUCTURE. COMPANIES ADVANCING LINES. M/A TO COVER. *154.130* (C103/C316). [TAC9-C51]. 2:38p.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM WOONSOCKET, RI: 240 3RD AVE. FIRE FLOOR 3 AND ATTIC OF A 3.5 STORY WOOD FRAME OMD 50X40. ALL COMPANIES WORKING. FIRE IS DWH. *154.130* (C103 O/S). [TAC9-C51]. 2:57p.m.

U/D MVA REVERE MA 230 LEE BURBANK HIGHWAY BY HAMPTON INN CAR INTO A POLE POLE SNAPPED 3 PEOPLE EXTRACATED & TRANSPORTED TO HOSPITAL *154.175* C975 [TAC9-C171]. 5:32p.m.

2ND ALARM CAMPTON, NH ON PAGE ROAD. REPORTED EXPLOSION & FIRE IN AN OCCUPIED DWELLING WITH PROPANE TANKS VENTING, SEVERAL TOWNS M/A TO WORK & COVER. *159.900* C80 [TAC9-C101]. 7:13p.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM CAMPTON, NH ON PAGE ROAD. COMMAND REPORTS HEAVY FIRE SHOWING FROM A 2 STORY WOOD FRAME STRUCTURE WITH PROPANE TANKS VENTING, M/A TO WORK & COVER. *159.900* C87/C551/C132 [TAC9-C101]. 7:19p.m.

NATIONAL 2ND ALM: EFFINGHAM CITY IL.(EFFINGHAM)/ F/I STRUCTURE FIRE/ E. RAINY ST BEHIND THE EFFINGHAM MALL/ M/A FROM TEUTOPLIS, WATSON, AND MONTROSE FD/ EFFINGHAM RQST TOWER 1 TO SCENE. CIFN*1. 8:56p.m.

NATIONALS 2ND ALM: EFFINGHAM CITY IL.(EFFINGHAM)/ F/I STRUCTURE FIRE/ E RAINY BEHIND THE MALL/ ATLEAST 4 LINES IN OPERATION/ WATER SHUTTLE IN PROGRESS. CIFN*1/60. 9:03p.m.

NATIONALS 2ND ALM: EFFINGHAM CITY IL.(EFFINGHAM)/ WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE/ E RAINY ST./ THIS IS BELIEVED TO BE BUSMAN FARMS UNK IF IT IS THE BARN OR FARM HOUSE ON FIRE ATT. CIFN*1/60. 9:06p.m.

GEORGETOWN (OTTOWA)MICHIGAN: **2nd ALARM EQUIV** 4724 BALDWIN FULLY INVOLVED BARN FIRE. STATIONS 1,3 AND 4 ON SCENE. M/A FROM BLENDON TWP. (FNNM-3016>69) (c) 2005. 9:38p.m.

2ND ALARM QUINCY MA BOX 5125 11 CHICK ST REPORTED BUILDING FIRE. ALL COMPANIES HEAVILY ENGAGED. M/A TO COVER *483.5375* C36 [TAC9-C519]. 10:21p.m.


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Alerts for 05/30/2005:


01:46. COLUMBUS. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. 904 S WEYANT. E21 RPTS FIRE OUT REAR 1STY SFD- NOW U/C- ENG21 23 LAD23 BN6 TIED UP- REQ INVESTIGATOR. OPS:BN6FG. OFN322 (C)

20:06. COLUMBUS. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. 2211 HANNA. 1STY DETACHED GARAGE- 1HL IN OP- NOW U/C- ENG132 18 LAD13 BN3 TIED UP M/A: MIFFLIN TWP. OPS:BN3FG. OFN322 (C)

22:13. YOUNGSTOWN FD. (OFN DISTRICT 4) WSF. ACROSS FROM 1444 BRYSON. E7 O/S W/ 2STY VAC RES. 1ST FLOOR F/I. E7,6,12,S33,L22,B1,2. OPS:154.370. OFN002 (C)

22:43. COLUMBUS. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. 1097 CAMDEN AV. STRUCTURE FIRE- NO SIZE UP- 1HL IN OP- HVY SMOKE- ENG18 1 9 LAD1 8 RES16 MED1 EMS13 SO2 BN3 1. OPS:BN3FG. OFN322 (C)

23:01. YOUNGSTOWN FD. (OFN DISTRICT 4) WSF. E. AUBURNDALE AND RUSH. E2 O/S W/ 2STY VAC RES. LT SMOKE SHOWING FROM 2ND FLOOR. E2,9,15,S33,L24,B2. OPS:154.370. OFN002 (C)


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Monday, May 30, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)

COLUMBUS FIRE: W/F: 800 BLK S. WEYANY T AVE: ENG21 HAS FIRE OUT THE BACK DOOR ON A 2STY BDL. ENGS 21 151 23 TRKS 23 15 RES 4 MED 21 BN 6 151. *BN6FG* FPO/D260(c). 1:45a.m.

COLUMBUS FIRE: W/F: 904 S. WEYANT: BN6 (TROJAK) HAS THE FIRE KNOCKED, HOLDING ENGS 21 23 TWR 23 BN6. REQ ARSON. *BN6FG* FPO/D260(c). 1:48a.m.

Cleveland / Haz Mat Level 2 @ Independence & Fleet. Hazardous material leak from tanker. Eng 11, Tac-5, L-11, Squad 1, 700, 701, 702, B-2, AC-1 (FPO/D700). 3:56p.m.

Cleveland (From 12:20pm) W/F @ 2501 Central / Fire on 2nd flr 3 stry brk occupied Apt bldg / Box: Engs 1,Tac-5, T-1,Squad 4 & B-2. Eng 17 worker / L-9 Rit / 2 Lines. 1 Burn Patient (FPO/D700). 3:59p.m.

Cleveland / Add Air Supply 1 to 2981 Independence Rd. Broadway, Dille, and Independence closed (FPO/D700). 4:08p.m.

DELAY 1430 Mecca Twp. (Trumbull) 405 St. Rte. 88 - WORKING FIRE - Site of Last Night Fire - Heavy Fire In Roof/Ceiling Of Trailer - Quick K/D - Eng-38 Res/Eng-11 Tnk-38 Res-38 - FPO/D-265* (R/E-11). 10:02p.m.

DELAY 1800 Howland Twp (Trumbull) - MVA/PIN - Elm Rd. IFO Wal-Mart - 3 Cars - 1 Pinned - 2 Trauma Alerts To St. Es - HFD Med-30 Res-30, Bazetta FD Med-11,13 Res-11 Cortland FD Med-12 - FPO/D-265* (Res-11). 10:04p.m.

YOUNGSTOWN, OH. W/F. 1444 BRYSON. E7 O/S W/ 2STY RES, 1ST FLOOR F/I. S/C ADDT ENGINE. E7,12,6,S33,L22,B1,2 & E3. FPO/D724 (C). 10:21p.m.

COLUMBUS FIRE: 1097 CAMDEN AVE: MED18 HAS HVY SMOKE ON A 1STY COMMERCIAL. ENGS 18 7 1 TRKS 8 1 RES 16 MED 18 BN3. MED18 ATTACKING WITH NORMAL SALINE. *BN3FG* FPO/D260(c). 10:40p.m.

COLUMBUS FIRE: 1097 CAMDEN AVE: HVY SMOKE THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING. OPENING ALL DOORS AND VENTING ASAP. RIC ENG 9 TRK 15 MED 1 EMS11 BN1. DWH *BN3FG* FPO/D260(c). 10:52p.m.

YOUNGSTOWN, OH. W/F. E. AUBURNDALE AND RUSH. E2 O/S W/ 2STY VAC RES, LT SMOKE SHOWING 2ND FLOOR. E2,9,15,S33,L24,B2. FPO/D724 (C). 11:07p.m.


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New York City Metro Area Fire Incidents
as dispatched over the Metro Notification System

MNS PAGED REPORTS FOR F. D. N. Y.

MONDAY, MAY 30, 2005

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 01:47
BROOKLYN: W/F *10-75* BOX 1539 AOF 191 E 17 ST X BEVERLY RD 6 BRK OMD FIRE 2ND FL L-113 FAST TK, BN-48 A/H CH, BN-41 I/C [MNS-30]

@ 01:49
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1539 AOF 191 E 17 ST X BEVERLY RD 6 BRK OMD FIRE 2ND FL PRI SCH UNDERWAY D-15 ENRTE BN-41 I/C [MNS-30]

@ 01:55
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1539 AOF 191 E 17 ST X BEVERLY RD 6 BRK 175 X 125 OMD FIRE 2ND FL APT 2A, A VAC APT, PRI SCH NEG, FIRE IS *UNDER CONTROL* BN-41 [MNS-30]

@ 02:24
BROOKLYN: W/F *10-75* BOX 2059 ON HEMLOCK ST @ PITKIN AVE FIRE REAR 2 STY PD [MNS-30]

@ 02:27
BROOKLYN: W/F *10-75* BOX 2059 ON HEMLOCK ST X PITKIN AVE 2 STY PD, WINDOW BARS S/C TK [TL-142] L-103 FAST TK, DIV-15 ENRTE, BN-39 I/C [MNS-30]

@ 02:29
BROOKLYN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-2059 ON HEMLOCK ST @ PITKIN AVE 2 STY PD WITH WINDOW BARS, FIRE EXT / TO EXP'S BN-39 I/C [MNS-30] *

@ 02:31
BROOKLYN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-2059 ON HEMLOCK ST @ PITKIN AVE 2 STY PD 20 X 40 FIRE INTO EXP 2 & 4 2 STY 20 X 40 PDS, 3 LINES IN OPER. BN-51 SAFETY CORD, BN-58 COMCORD DWH BN-39 I/C [MNS-30]

@ 02:38
BROOKLYN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-2059 AOF 570 HEMLOCK ST X PITKIN AVE 2 STY FRM 20 X 40 VAC+PD FIRE INTO EXP 2 & 4 ALSO 2 STY FRM 20 X 40 OCC PDS 3 LINES RUN, PRI SCH UNDERWAY BN-39 [MNS-30] *

@ 02:48
BROOKLYN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-2059 AOF 570 HEMLOCK ST X PITKIN AVE FIRE IN -3- 2 STY FRMS 20 X 40 OCC PDS, ALL VIS F IRE K/D, PRI SCH NEG, SECONDARY UNDERWAY STILL DWH, DIV-15 BN-39 [MNS-30] *

@ 02:55
BROOKLYN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-2059 AOF 570 HEMLOCK ST X PITKIN AVE FIRE -3- 2 STY FRMS 20 X 40, PRI SCH NEG, SECONDARY IN PROGRESS, FIRE IS *PWH* "FIRE DURATION 33 MINS" DIV-15 [MNS-30] *

@ 04:28
QUEENS: W/F *10-75* BOX 5539 215 ST X 90 AVE FIRE 2.5 STY PD, L-160 FAST TK [MNS-30]

@ 04:31
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-5539 AOF 89-82 215 ST X 90 AVE FIRE 1ST FL 2.5 FRM 20 X 40 PD 2 LINES RUN, 1 IN OPER, PRI SCH UNDERWAY, BN-53 I/C [MNS-30]

@ 04:42
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-5539 AOF 89-82 215 ST X 90 AVE 2.5 STY WD/FRM 20 X 40 FIRE 1ST FL, 2 LINES RUN, PRI SCH NEG, RETURN ALL SPEC UNITS *PWH* "FIRE DURATION 21 MINS" [MNS-30]

@ 12:24
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2916 NORTHERN BLVD & COLLEGE PT BLVD. ALL COMPANIES OPERATING - RUBBISH FIRE WITH EXT TO FUEL OIL TUCK (MNS 500)

@ 13:20
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2050 362 CRESCENT ST / TOP FLR 3 STORY 20 X 60 FRAME / 2 LSO / DBTFL / TL-142 FAST TK, BN-39 I/C MNS-3.

@ 13:21
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1788 DYCKMAN & NAGLE STS. BC-13 USING A/H FOR A FIRE ON THE IRT LINE. MNS -88- 13:20

@ 19:15
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-7422, 32-62 34 ST X 32 AVE, FIRE ON 2 ND FLR OF A 3 STY ATT 20 X 60, L-163 FAST TK, BN-49 I/C . Mns154


MNS PAGED REPORTS FROM METRO N. Y. & VICINITY:

@ 13:09
BRENTWOOD, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) - W/F #17 W. BAYSHORE RD C/S SULLIVAN ST - UNK TPYE OF BLDG NFI MNS270

@ 13:13
BRENTWOOD, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) W/F - FIRE I N A 1 ST WF 20 X 40 PVT DWELLING - M/A WEST ISLIP FOR FAST TEAM DWH MNS270

@ 13:19
BRENTWOOD, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) - 2 H/L S/O - PRI SEARCHES (-) / ALL VIS FIRE K/D ATT - PWH MNS270


NATIONAL INCIDENTS:

@ 00:38
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(Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).

Monday, May 30, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)

U/D 3RD ALARM SOUTHBRIDGE MA AREA RIVER AND PLEASENT ST FIRE IN A 4 STORY WOOD FRAME 40X50 HVY FIRE FLOOR 3 AND ATTIC ALL OF THE HVY FIRE KNOCKED DOWN PWH *154.145* O/S C57/C304 [TAC9-C319]. 12:35a.m.

W/F ELLINGTON, CT. 61 RIDGEVIEW RD. FIRE IN A 100X200 FULLY INVOLVED BARN WITH DIFFICULT ACCESS AND LARGE PROPANE TANK INVOLVED. CT21 [TAC9-C975]. 12:47a.m.

2ND ALARM ELLINGTON, CT. 61 RIDGEVIEW RD. FIRE IN A 100X200 FULLY INVOLVED BARN NOW ON THE GROUND. PROPANE TANK STILL INVOLVED. M/A TO WORK AND COVER. CT21 [TAC9-C975]. 12:53a.m.

2ND ALARM SEYMOUR CT 41 DEFORREST STREET REPORTED FIRE ON THE #1-FLOOR OF A 8-STORY OCCUPIED MULTIPLE DWELLING REPORTED 2-BURN VICTIMS REMOVED M/A REQUESTED TO SCENE CT21 [TAC9-C20]. 1:37a.m.

ACW HUDSON MA 339 BRIGHAM ST @ THE MARLBORO LINE STRUCTURAL FIRE BOX STRUCK *470.7000* C729/C975 [TAC9-C20]. 3:08a.m.

2ND ALARM HUDSON MA 339 BRIGHAM STREET STRUCTURAL FIRE M/A REQUESTED *470.7000* C729/C975 [TAC9-C20]. 4:14a.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM HUDSON MA 331 BRIGAM STREET STRUCTURAL FIRE C1 REPORTS EXTERIOR ATTACK ONLY M/A REQUESTED *470.7000* C729/C975 [TAC9-C20]. 4:18a.m.

MVA WILMINGTON, MA. RT 93 NORTH AT THE WEST ST OVERPASS. A VAN INTO THE WOODS WITH ENTRAPMENT AND 1 10-45-C1 ON SCENE, WITH PHOTO/RECON. *800* TIP [TAC9-C975]. 5:15a.m.

MVA PAWTUCKET, RI ON RTE-95 NB @ EXIT 30 A DOUBLE T/T UNIT ROLLED OVER W/ CORROSIVE CONTENTS LEAKING FROM THE TRAILER HAZMAT TEAM REQUESTED TO SCENE *470.95* [TAC9-C316]. 7:28a.m.

2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL BRISTOL NH 22 REMICK ROAD HEAVY SMOKE/FIRE FROM A OCC. BUILDING M/A TO WORK/COVER *159.900* C132/C101/C158 [TAC9-C171]. 9:04a.m.

W/F HARTFORD CT BOX 649 1058 CAPITOL AVE 3-STORY BRICK OMD FIRE FLOOR #1 *154.31* [TAC9-C55]. 11:02a.m.

ACW CHELMSFORD, MA. ON SWAIN ROAD. COMPANIES HAVE AN AUTOMOBILE FIRE IN A GARAGE WITH EXTENSION TO THE GARAGE. *482.775* C158 [TAC9-C101]. 11:13a.m.

MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT ASHBY, MA. ON ROUTE 119 NEAR FLINT ROAD. COMMAND REPORTS A MOTORCYCLE VS. DEER, LIFEFLIGHT REQUESTED L/Z IS THE FIRE STATION. *155.715/155.160* C60 [TAC9-C101]. 12:35p.m.

2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL WOONSOCKET, RI: ON 3RD AVE. FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE. HEAVY FIRE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL. *154.130* (C103). [TAC9-C51]. 3:30p.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM WOONSOCKET, RI: ON 3RD AVE. OIC REPORTS HEAVY FIRE FLOOR 3 AND ATTIC OF A STRUCTURE. COMPANIES ADVANCING LINES. M/A TO COVER. *154.130* (C103/C316). [TAC9-C51]. 3:38p.m.

TECHNICAL RESCUE PLYMOUTH, CT: BLUE TRAIL. HIKER FALLEN OFF 40' CLIFF 2 MILES INTO THE TRAIL FROM RT 262. FD ASSEMBLING SEARCH TEAMS WITH ATV'S. (CWP). [TAC9-C51]. 3:49p.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM WOONSOCKET, RI: 240 3RD AVE. FIRE FLOOR 3 AND ATTIC OF A 3.5 STORY WOOD FRAME OMD 50X40. ALL COMPANIES WORKING. FIRE IS DWH. *154.130* (C103 O/S). [TAC9-C51]. 3:57p.m.

MVA REVERE MA 230 LEE BURBANK HIGHWAY IN FRONT OF THE HAMPTON INN W/ENTRAPMENT & CAR ON FIRE JAWS IN USE SEVERAL PEOPLE TRAPPED *154.175* C975 [TAC9-C171]. 5:14p.m.

W/F WATERBURY CT 163 EDGEWOOD AVE E4 REPORTING PORCH FIRE IN THE REAR OF A STRUCTURE *800* (CT3404) [TAC9-C33]. 6:44p.m.

W/F WILLIMANTIC CT 43 BROOK ST FIRE ON FLOOR #2 OF AN OCCUPIED MULTI DWELLING *460.625* (CT3404) [TAC9-C33]. 6:46p.m.

ACW NEW BRITAIN CT 300 SOUTH MAIN ST "NAPA AUTO PARTS" LARGE OUTSIDE FIRE EXTENDED TO THE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FOR THE BUILDING 2-LINES OPERATING *855.9625* C42 O/S [TAC9-C55]. 6:53p.m.

HAZ MAT SEEKONK, MA: 4 HIGHLAND AVE (RTE 6). NATURAL GAS LEAK AT DUNKIN DONUTS. EVACUATION OF AREA BUSINESSES UNDERWAY. REQUEST GAS COMPANY TO THE SCENE. *483.4500* [TAC9-C51]. 6:59p.m.

W/F CAMPTON, NH ON PAGE ROAD. REPORTED EXPLOSION & FIRE IN AN OCCUPIED DWELLING M/A TO WORK & COVER. *159.900* C80 [TAC9-C101]. 8:13p.m.

2ND ALARM CAMPTON, NH ON PAGE ROAD. REPORTED EXPLOSION & FIRE IN AN OCCUPIED DWELLING WITH PROPANE TANKS VENTING, SEVERAL TOWNS M/A TO WORK & COVER. *159.900* C80 [TAC9-C101]. 8:13p.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM CAMPTON, NH ON PAGE ROAD. COMMAND REPORTS HEAVY FIRE SHOWING FROM A 2 STORY WOOD FRAME STRUCTURE WITH PROPANE TANKS VENTING, M/A TO WORK & COVER. *159.900* C87/C551/C132 [TAC9-C101]. 8:19p.m.

MVA NEW HAMPTON, NH INTERSTATE 93 AT MILE MARKER 72.2 NORTH BOUND, A ROLLOVER WITH SERIOUS INJURIES DHART HELO REQUESTED BUT NOT AVAILABLE DUE TO WEATHER, S/C 2 AMBULANCES TO THE SCENE. *159.900* C80 [TAC9-C101]. 9:25p.m.

WATER INCIDENT MILFORD, CT: HOUSATONIC RIVER. FD WORKING A LARGE BOAT FIRE IN THE RIVER HEADING TOWARDS DEVON BRIDGE. USCG AND CSP HELO SEARCHING FOR PEOPLE IN THE WATER. (CWP). [TAC9-C51]. 9:43p.m.

W/F RAYMOND NH RT 107 ACROSS FROM PARADISE REPORTED PEOPLE TRAPPED *154.190* C101 [TAC9-C132]. 10:56p.m.

U/D W/F RAYMOND NH RT107 @ PARADISE RD BUILDING FULLY INVOLVED M/A TANKERS TO SCENE. COMMAND REQUESTING STATE FIRE MARSHAL TO SCENE *154.190* [TAC9-C132]. 11:09p.m.

ACW QUINCY MA BOX 5125 ON CHICK ST A BUILIDING FIRE HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL. *483.5375* C36 [TAC9-C519]. 11:16p.m.

W/F QUINCY MA BOX 5125 ON CHICK ST REPORTED BUILDING FIRE ALL OCCUPANTS OUT OF THE BUILDING. DWH *483.5375* C36 [TAC9-C519]. 11:18p.m.

2ND ALARM QUINCY MA BOX 5125 11 CHICK ST REPORTED BUILDING FIRE. ALL COMPANIES HEAVILY ENGAGED. M/A TO COVER *483.5375* C36 [TAC9-C519]. 11:21p.m.


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Monday, May 30, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)

NEW KENT CO, MVA W/MEDEVAX I64 @ PROVIDENCE FORGE EXIT UNK DIRECTION OF TRAVEL. VCU LIFEEVAC ON SCENE NO FURTHER INFO 155.205 (VFN114). 1:55a.m.

HANOVER CO, VA (ASHLAND): MVA W/TRAP I-95NB AOF 94MM. CMD REPORTS (2) PINNED. Co' 1, 10, 4 WORKING. OPS ON TAC 6 TG: 04-022 (VFN102). 10:09a.m.

(U/D) HANOVER CO, VA (ASHLAND): MVA W/TRAP I-95NB AOF 94MM. VEHICLE WAS ON FIRE, EXTENDING TOWARDS THE WOODS. (1) PATIENT TRANSPORTED VIA GROUND WITH BURNS (VFN102). 10:17a.m.

(U/D) HANOVER CO, VA (ASHLAND): MVA W/TRAP & FIRE > I-95NB AOF 94MM. VSP NOW CONFIRMING (1) FATALITY (124) (VFN102). 10:24a.m.

HENRICO CO, VA: W/F 6002 S. LABURNUM AVE @ NABISCO. WORKING FIRE DECLARED IN LARGE COMM'L BAKERY COMPLEX. OPS ON TAC 6 (VFN102). 5:53p.m.


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(EAN) Emergency Action Network
http://www.ean-inc.com/
Covering New Jersey, New York Metro area and
parts of Pennsylvania & Delaware.

Monday, May 30, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)

PLAINFIELD NJ (UNION COUNTY) **WORKING-FIRE** 1300 BLOCK OF SOUTH SECOND STREET. WORKING STRUCTRE FIRE EAN582. 1:35a.m.

BROOKLYN,NY BOX#1539 **10-75** 191 EAST 17 STREET FIRE ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF A SIX STORY OCCUPIED MULTIPLE DWELLING EAN582. 1:48a.m.

UPDATE BROOKLYN,NY BOX#1539 **ALL-HANDS** BC#41 REPORTS AT 191 EAST 17 STREET HE HAS FIRE ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF A SIX STORY OCCUPIED MULTIPLE DWELLING PRI SEARCHES ARE NEG EAN345- EAN582. 1:52a.m.

BROOKLYN,NY BOX#2059 **ALL-HANDS** HEMLOCK STREER AT PITKIN AVE FIRE ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF A THREE STORY PRIVATE DWELLING. EXTRA TRUCK SPECIAL CALLED DUE TO BARS ON THE WINDOW EAN582. 2:27a.m.

UPDATE BROOKLYN,NY BOX#2059 **SECOND-ALARM** BC#39 REPORTS AT HEMLOCK STREER AT PITKIN AVE FIRE ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF A THREE STORY PRIVATE DWELLING. WITH FIRE IN EXPOSURE TWO AND FOUR. EAN582. 2:30a.m.

UPDATE BROOKLYN,NY BOX#2059 **SECOND-ALARM** BC#39 REPORTS AT 570 HEMLOCK AND PITKIN AVE FIRE WAS IN THREE THREE STORY FRAMES 20 BY 40 ALL FIRE OUT (NO ONE FOUND AFTER PRI SEARCHES) EAN582. 2:49a.m.

UPDATE BROOKLYN,NY BOX#2059 **SECOND-ALARM** FIELD COM #1 REPORTS AT 570 HEMLOCK AND PITKIN AVE FIRE WAS IN THREE TWO STORY FRAMES 20 BY 40 ALL FIRE OUT (NO ONE FOUND AFTER PRI SEARCHES) FIRE IS NOW PROBABLY WILL HOLD EAN582. 2:53a.m.

QUEENS,NY **10-75** BOX#5539 AOF 89-82 215 STREET @ 90 AVENUE FIRE IN A TWO AND A HALF STORY FRAME PRIVATE DWELLING EAN582. 4:27a.m.

UPDATE QUEENS,NY BOX#5539 **ALL-HANDS** AOF 89-82 215 STREET @ 90 AVENUE FIRE ON THE FIRST FLOOR IN A TWO AND A HALF STORY FRAME PRIVATE DWELLING EAN582. 4:32a.m.

Update - QUEENS, NY: Box #4439 **All Hands** aof 89-82 215 Street at 90 Avenue. Fire was in a two and a half story private dwelling, searches are negative and fire is p/w/h EAN582. 4:43a.m.

Delayed Update - QUEENS, NY: Box #4439 **All Hands** aof 89-82 215 Street at 90 Avenue. Fire was in a two and a half story private dwelling, searches are negative and fire is under control EAN582. 5:16a.m.

NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) *WORKING FIRE* WEST END & 18TH AVE. FIRE IN A 2.5 FRAME. FD HAS 3 FIREFIGHTERS ALL TO UMDNJ W/NON LIFE THREAT INJ'S (1 W/HEAT EXHAUSTION/1 W/DEBRIS IN EYE) FIRE K/D EAN503. 8:00a.m.

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ (UNION) *W/F* 2321 KULLS AVE, FIRE IN A PVT DWLG. CMD REQ ADD'T 2 ENGS & TRK TO S/B AT FIRE HDQTRS. EAN37. 10:45a.m.

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ (UNION) *W/F* 2321 KULLS AVE, FIRE IN A PVT DWLG. CMD REQ ADD'T 2 ENGS & TRK TO S/B AT FIRE HDQTRS. EAN37. 10:47a.m.

*U/D* SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ (UNION) *W/F* M/A COORD REQ ENGS FROM CRANFORD & WESTFIELD TO THE SCENE FOR RELIEF. EAN37. 11:13a.m.

*U/D* SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ (UNION) *W/F* 2321 KULLS AVE, HVY FIRE IN THE ATTIC & VENTING OUTWARDS IN A PVT DWLG. ADD'T M/A CO'S GOING IN FOR COVERS. EAN305/ EAN37. 11:22a.m.

*U/D* SCOTCH PLAINS NJ: *GEN'L ALM* 2321 COLES AVE HVY FIRE WAS THRU THE ROOF OF A 2 STY WD FRM DWELLING FIRE K/D & U/C CO'S OVERHAULINH EAN45 ON SCENE M/A TO WORK/COVER EAN37// EAN10. 11:56a.m.

BRENTWOOD, NY (SUFFOLK CTY) *WORKING FIRE* #17 W. BAYSHORE RD. RESIDENTIAL FIRE (636) EAN636. 1:12p.m.

BROOKLYN, NY *ALL HANDS* BOX-2050 362 CRESENT ST. FIRE IN A 3STY BLDG. POSSIBLE 1 PERSON TRAPPED. EAN970/503/305/840* EAN28. 1:55p.m.

BAYONNE NJ (HUDSON) *WORKING FIRE* 8TH ST& AVENUE A. ATTIC FIRE IN A VAC. COIMM. EAN1027 EAN503. 2:58p.m.

MECHVILLIE NJ (CAMDEN) *DWELLING* WEST END AVE. EMS O/S REPORTED HEAVY SMOKE EAN330. 11:28p.m.


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(MFR) METRO FIRE RADIO & PAGING NOTIFICATION
(Covering northern NJ, NYC metro area and eastern PA).

Monday, May 30, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)

WANTAGE, NJ (SUSSEX) **WORKING FIRE** ON ROBERTS PL. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. NJSP ENROUTE TO ASSIST. DWH. 1STR465. 12:22a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY *2ND ALARM* BOX 2059 570 HEMLOCK, D/C O/S HAS A FIRE IN A 2 STORY FRAME WITH EXTION TO EXPOSURE 2, 3 L/S/O, MAIN BULK OF FIRE K/D, PWH 1STR49. 2:54a.m.

NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **ALL HANDS** ON 18TH AVE. FULLY INVOLVED 2.5 STORY FRAME. DWH. 1STR465. 6:41a.m.

U/D NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) **ALL HANDS** CORRECT ADDRESS 227 WEST END AVE ALL HANDS STILL WORKING OUTSIDE OPPERATIONS EMS ALSO O/S NO INJURIES ATT 1STR465 1STR115. 7:06a.m.

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ (UNION) **WORKING FIRE** COLES AVE. X EVERGREEN ST. HEAVY FIRE IN A 2.5 STORY FRAME. M/A TO THE SCENE. DWH. 1STR88 1STR465. 11:20a.m.

NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **ALL HANDS** BARCLAY ST. & SPRUCE ST. TOP FLOOR FIRE IN A 5 STORY BRICK APARTMENT BUILDING. DWH. 1STR465. 11:34a.m.

BAYONNE , NJ (HUDSON) *WORKING FIRE* 8 TH ST & AVE A. HAVE FIRE IN A 2 STY DWELLING2 L/S/O MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D ATT.S/C ADDL ENG (E-5)TO SCENE 1STR88. 2:57p.m.

FINAL BAYONNE , NJ (HUDSON) *WORKING FIRE* 8TH ST & AVE A. BASEMENT FIRE IN A 2.5 STY FRM THAT EXTENDED UPWARDS TO ALL FL'S.3 L/S/O & REQUEST RED CROSS TO SCENE.FIRE IS PWH 1STR88. 3:16p.m.

HI-NELLA BORO, NJ (CAMDEN) *WORKING FIRE* 150 E. ATLANTIC AVE. FIRE ON ALL FLOORS OF A STORY FRAME GARDEN APT BLDG. I/C REPORTING ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D, PRIMARY SEARCHES (-). FIRE PWH. 1STR63 * 1STR109. 7:22p.m.

[CORRECTED SIZE-UP] HI-NELLA BORO, NJ (CAMDEN) *WORKING FIRE* 150 E. ATLANTIC AVE. FIRE ON ALL FLOORS OF A 2 STORY FRAME GARDEN APT BLDG. I/C REPORTING ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D, PRIMARY SEARCHES (-). FIRE PWH. 1STR63 * 1STR109. 7:24p.m.


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TORONTO FIRENET
"A division of TAC9 Paging"
Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.

Monday, May 30, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)

TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

TORONTO 2ND ALARM 389 CHURCH St. HIRISE 8TH FLOOR *S2* TFN300 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:36a.m.

UD, TORONTO, 389 CHURCH ST. FIRE IN 8TH FLR KITCHEN/LIVING ROOM OF HIRISE YWCA RESIDENCE, NOW K/D, 1 PERSON W/ SMOKE INH. PWH. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:56a.m.

TORONTO, HAZ-MAT, 491 ELGINTON AV. W. SULPHUR FUMES IN HIRISE OMD, BLDG. EVACUATED, HAZ LEVEL 2 & ADD'L AERIAL. N2. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 12:31p.m.

TORONTO & MARKHAM, CN RR TRACKS @ STEELES AV. E. LARGE GRASS FIRE EXTENDING N & S ALONG RIGHT-OF-WAY, 5 PUMPS & TANKER O/S. E1. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 1:45p.m.

TORONTO, HIGH-ANGLE RESCUE, BELOW 18 WYNNVIEW CRT. PERSON ON SIDE OF BLUFFS NEAR BASE, CONSCIOUS & BREATHING. E2. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:10p.m.

UD, TORONTO, HIGH-ANGLE RESCUE, BELOW 18 WYNNVIEW CRT. 60YM REMOVED FROM HILL, MINOR INJS., NOW BEING TAKEN THRU BRUSH AT BOTTOM, C.20 I/C. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:52p.m.

UD, TORONTO, HIGH-ANGLE RESCUE, BELOW 18 WYNNVIEW CRT. PT. PACKAGED & TRANSPORTED BY TPS MARINE UNIT TO MARINA @ 7 BRIMLEY RD. LAND AMB. TO HOSP. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 6:07p.m.

W/F TORONTO ONT 2777 KIPLING AVE #17FL SMK VIS O/A B/O R416 WFD BY FAO E/R *W3* TFN328 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 6:34p.m.

TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, 2777 KIPLING AVE.OMD,17TH FLOOR.TFN341 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 6:35p.m.

TORONTO ONT 2ND ALARM 2777 KIPLING AVE R413 RPT 1 APT F/I VENTING OUT WINDOWS *W3*TFN328 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 6:38p.m.

TORONTO. . 6 WILLOWMOUNT DR. DWELLING FIRE. SEARCHES IN PROGRESS. A/L & RIT ADDED *E3* TFN338 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:03p.m.

UD, TORONTO, 6 WILLOWMOUNT AV. 1/FR GARAGE, F/I O/A, COLLAPSED, EXT. TO ATTATCHED 2/BK SEMI & OUTSIDE DAMAGE TO EXP.4, SEARCHES (-), NOW U/C, 2LSO. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:27p.m.

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WORLD Report:

GREATER MANCHESTETR, UK. PUMPS 10, BOWER ST. (NEWTON HEATH). LARGE WAREHOUSE FULL OF PLASTIC CONTAINERS, LONG OVERHAUL, TOA 0500. TFN315. 10:39a.m.

SOFIA, BULGARIA. FATAL FIRE, APARTMENT BLOCK 174, ENTRANCE E (SVETA TROITSA). TOP FLOOR OF 8/BK OMD, 2 RESCUED: 1 DOA, 1 CRITICAL. TFN315. 11:43a.m.


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The Maryland Fire Network, Inc
(Serving the state of Maryland with coverage in DC, parts of Virginia and Delaware.)

Monday, May 30, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)

MFN-FIRE/EMS: Anne Arundel Co, MD/ MVC with Multiple Injuries/ Solley Rd and North Shore Rd/ Cmd req the 4th Medic for assistance/ Ops on Bravo MFN-1. 5:03p.m.


E-Mail: mdfirenet1@aol.com
Phone: 410-437-9636 (9MFN)

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(ICP) Incident Command Page of Arizona, Inc.
(covering the entire state of Arizona)
http://www.icp-az.org or http://www.incidentcommandpage.com

Monday, May 30, 2005
(Mountain Standard Time Zone)

ICP: MesaFD DROWNING UNKNOWN LOCATION ATT Units ons of a drowning call with a ptient that will be transported to Desert Peds. Critical Response Teamm being called. TFC:Ch3 153.950 [ICP963]. 9:09a.m.

ICP: MesaFD 1A-MED POWER RD & THOMAS RD Units ons of a serious roll over reporting 4 immediate patients. At least 2 medical helicopters on S/B. TFC:Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 9:27a.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD 1A-MED CMD is advising possibly 7-8 more victims. Medical helicopters have been launched and the LZ will be Power & Redomnt. TFC:Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 9:30a.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD 1A-MED CMD is requesting an add'l ENG to respond, E2205 enroute. LifeNet1 & AirEvac4 are enroute with 2 more helos on S/B. TFC:Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 9:34a.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD 1A-MED Native1 & Native2 are now ennroute as the 3rd & 4th medical helicopters to respond. Transports will be to SMH Osborn & Maricopa Medical Center. TFC:Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 9:44a.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD 1A-MED CMD is requesting a 5th medical helicopter, AirEvac1, for a 5th patient that has been elevated to an immediate. TFC:Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 9:52a.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD 1A-MED CMD is advising they will hold the LZ after AirEvac1 departs so that Meaa PD can land their helicopter ons. Media to meet PIO-201 in front of BC-202's vehicle. TFC:Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 10:16a.m.

ICP:Chino ValleyFD 962 8-9 MILES PAST END OF PAVEMENT ON PERKINSVILLE RD ,E61 & Lifeline responding for truck that has hit ATV,rider rpt down, Jerome FD respond, Lifeline 3101 rqst Helo on s/b TFC:Ch1 154.160[ICP324]. 11:00p.m.

ICP-U/D: CVFD 962 ATV, E61 advising road is too rough to continue in engine, BC6 is 4X4 continuing, Native 4 not avail Angel3 on s/b ,YCSO responding TFC:Ch1 154.160,LLA 152.345,YCSO 154.725[ICP444,324]. 11:15a.m.

ICP-U/D:CVFD 962 MC per BC6 the pt has been transported by Angel3 to FMC, all units going available TFC:Ch1 154.160,LLA 152.345,YCSO 154.725[ICP444,324]. 11:57a.m.

ICP: GilbertFD 2-1-MED GERMANN & GILBERT Units enroute to report of a 962 w/ 1 possible code onscene. TFC: Ch2 T/G 3065 [ICP161,319]. 12:03p.m.

ICP-U/D: GFD 2-1-MED Per CMD, HIGLEY & GERMANN Units onscene with 1 pt not breathing CPR in progress Launch 1 HELO. TFC: Ch2 T/G 3065, Gilbert PD Ch1 T/G3049 [ICP963,161,319]. 12:11p.m.

ICP-U/D: GFD 2-1-MED Per CMD, They have 1 pt ATT AirEvac8 enroute, L255 has ground contact. TFC: Ch2 T/G 3065 [ICP963,161,319]. 12:15p.m.

ICP-U/D: GFD 2-1-MED Per Treatment, cancel Airevac8 pt is 901-H [Fatal]. TFC: Ch2 T/G 3065 [ICP963,161,319]. 12:20p.m.

ICP: Daisy MtnFD *BRUSH FIRE* I-17 & CAREFREE HWY CMD B145 ons of a 1 acre fire in the median with rapid spread. TFC: Ch10 151.370, TG/1771, DPS W 460.300 [ICP245]. 1:10p.m.

ICP-U/D: DMFD *BRUSH FIRE* CMD BC141 advises fire is contained & working on hot spots. Size is 1-1.5 acres. TFC: Ch10 151.370, TG/1771, DPS W 460.300 [ICP245]. 1:16p.m.

ICP:Central Yavapai FD(Dewey) 962R HWY 69 MP 278, CYFD E54, BC3, Mayer FD BC21, E22 ons w/ SUV rollover,hvy dmg, rqst helo on s/b, 1 Level 1 pt TFC:Ch2 154.340,YCSO 154.725,DPS 460.425[ICP324]. 2:26p.m.

ICP-U/D:CYFD 962R,per cmd LAUNCH HELO, all nearby helos unavailable, launching helo from Deer Valley to YRMC, trying to extricate pt att, TFC:Ch2 154.340[ICP324]. 2:30p.m.

ICP: SurpriseFD 2-1-MED COTTON LN & PARADISE LN serious 962. TFC:Ch6 154.310,TG 1776 [ICP161,319]. 2:45p.m.

ICP:State Land *Wildland* UNK LOC NEAR BUCKEYE, Per Air Attack 09 over fire its 60 plus acres, 2 Phx PD helos doing bucket work, USFS Helo336, & Heavy Helo 2CC working fire as well TFC:151.415,A-A 122.925[ICP319,324]. 3:30p.m.

ICP: ApacheJctFD HELO REQUEST 19th AVE & IRONWOOD AirEvac8 is enroute for a burn patient. TFC:Ch7 154.325 [ICP963]. 3:36p.m.

ICP-U/D: GoodyearFD *WILDLAND* Fire has jumped 2 fire breaks, making run for structures, aprx 1/4 mile from nearest structures. 4 Helos in ops, 2 hvy tankers enroute. TFC:Ch 8 153.77, SLFD 151.400, A/A 154.280 [ICP324,242p,785i]. 5:11p.m.

ICP: TontoNF BRUSH FIRE AZ-89 NEAR MP200. Crews beginning back burns in the area. Fire is near Saguaro Lake. TFC: FN-2 170.500 GroundTac 168.200 [ICP737]. 5:50p.m.

ICP-U/D: TNF Brush CMD now advising he wants crews to burn from the Old Bush Hwy to the Pobrecito area, fire has slowed down a bit. TFC: FN-2 170.500 GroundTac 168.200 [ICP737]. 5:53p.m.

ICP PeoriaFD DROWN LAKE PLEASENT 4 Lane boat ramp R-41 enroute TFC Ch10 154,370 [ICP242M]. 7:35p.m.

ICP: RMFD 962MC HUNT & FRANKLIN. (EastCounty) Female pt rptd to have a facial and head injury. E841 reports that they need 2 helos TFC: Ch5 154.400 [ICP737]. 7:56p.m.

ICP-U/D: RMFD 962MC E841 requests Native1 and LifeNet1 to stby. Native1 enroute with a 20 minute ETA, was not launched by E841. Alarm advises they had trouble getting a helo due to the large MVA near Maricopa. TFC: Ch5 154.400 [ICP737]. 7:57p.m.

ICP-U/D: RMFD 962MC Per E855 stand down both helos. Both pts are immediates, but alert and responsive refusing treatment. TFC: Ch5 154.400 [ICP737]. 8:02p.m.

ICP: Casa GrandeFD *APARTMENT FIRE* 4TH AVE & LINCOLN CMD Chief 72 ons advising heavy fire from 1 apt. TFC: Ch1 154.445 [ICP245m]. 11:08p.m.

ICP-U/D: Casa GrandeFD *APT FIRE* CMD Chief 72 advises F/C & A/C on the 3 apt's. CORRECTED LOCATION is 4TH ST & LINCOLN. TFC: Ch1 154.445 [ICP245m] (05/30 11:08PM MST) (STORED). 11:27p.m.


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APSN -- Arizona's Source for Breaking News
Arizona Public Safety News Network

(covering incidents from the entire state of Arizona)
http://www.apsn.us/

Monday, May 30, 2005
(Mountain Standard Time)

APSN:1ST ALARM BRUSH Buckeye FD MC85/ESTRELLA PKWY Reported to be 1/2 acre with nearby stuctures threatened. FREQ:153.770 [APSN37m]. 4:55p.m.

APSN:1ST ALARM APT FIRE Phoenix FD 1944 W THUNDERBIRD E33 ons with w/f on the 2nd floor, ext to the attic. FREQ:153.830 [APSN37m]. 5:50p.m.

APSN MAJOR MEDICAL/MVA AK-CHIN FIRE DEPT PAPAGO AND THUNDERBIRD Native Air has numerous helicopters enroute [APSN01]. 7:17p.m.

APSN U/D: AK-CHIN FD; Total of SEVEN (7) Medical Helicopters enroute [APSN01]. 7:19p.m.

APSN MAJOR MEDICAL/7 MED-EVACS: Ak-Chin Fire Dept (Ak-Chin, Pinal County) PAPAGO AND THUNDERBIRD Serious mva with multi fatals and 7 med helicopters enroute [APSN01]. 7:28p.m.

APSN U/D: Ak-Chin MVA: Per Native Air PIO, Native 2 is the first company aircraft to the leave the seen. They are transporting to Good Sam with a 17 min ETA. [APSN01]. 7:44p.m.

APSN U/D: Ak-Chin MVA: Native 2 is enroute to Good Sam with a 14 min eta [APSN01]. 7:48p.m.


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STLFN - ST. LOUIS FIRENET -
Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.

Monday, May 30, 2005
(Central Time Zone)

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD HAS A WORKING FIRE IN A GARAGE AT 2920 N. NEWSTEAD. PUMPER 26 REPORTS THEY HAVE A GARAGE 1 LINE OFF. /STL819. 12:06a.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD HAS A WORKING FIRE IN A GARAGE AT 4632 VARRELMAN. PUMPER 36 REPORTS A FIRE IN A GARAGE 1 LINE OFF. PUMPERS 36 32 4 HL 4 AND BC804 /STL819. 1:59a.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD HAS A WORKING FIRE IN A GARAGE AT 5037 S. 37TH. PUMPER 4 REPORTS THEY HAVE A FIRE IN A GARAGE 1 LINE OFF. PUMPERS 4 23 32 HL 4 AND BC 804 /STL819. 3:25a.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D ON STLFD'S WORKING FIRE AT 5037 S. 37TH. BC 804 REPORTS THE FIRE IS U/C. /STL819. 3:27a.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD HAS A WORKING HOUSE FIRE IN THE 5100 BLOCK OF MINERVA. HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING - ONE LINE OFF. PUMPERS 28 13 30 H&L 15 BC805. [STL810]. 6:20a.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD HAS A 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE IN THE 5100 BLOCK OF MINERVA. FIRE IN A 3 STORY BRICK. 2 LINES OFF & AN AERIAL BEING RAISED. PUMPERS 28 13 30 26 10 H&L 15 RESCUE SQUAD 2 BC805 806. [STL810]. 6:23a.m.

STLFN: UPDATE - ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD's 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE IN THE 5100 BLOCK OF MINERVA. 3 STORY BRICK. 2 LINES OFF. FIRE U/C. CO's OVERHAULING [STL810]. 6:40a.m.

STLFN: FESTUS MO (JEFFERSON COUNTY) - 1ST ALARM FIRE AT THE LOWE'S STORE - 1111 BRADLEY x-st VETERANS BLVD. [STL810]. 9:22a.m.

STLFN: UPDATE - FESTUS MO (JEFFERSON COUNTY) - 1ST ALARM FIRE AT THE LOWE'S STORE - 1111 BRADLEY x-st VETERANS BLVD: BELIEVE THIS IS A WORKING FIRE. MUTUAL AID FROM NEARBY DEPT'S & EQUIPMENT MOVE-UP HAS BEEN MADE. [STL810]. 9:28a.m.

STLFN: O'FALLON MO (ST. CHARLES COUNTY) - 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE AT 204 BERMUDA DRIVE. AT LEAST ONE LINE OFF. [STL810]. 1:20p.m.

STLFN: UPDATE - O'FALLON MO (ST. CHARLES COUNTY) - 1ST ALARM FIRE AT 204 BERMUDA DRIVE: ATTACHED GARAGE WAS FULLY INVOLVED WITH EXTENSION INTO THE HOUSE. 3 HANDLINES IN USE & A SUPPLY LINE LAID. [STL810/557]. 1:34p.m.

STLFN: NEW ATHENS FD (ST.CLAIR CO.IL) RESP. TO A **BOATING ACCIDENT @ BECKS LANDING. REPORT OF 3 SUBJECTS IN THE WATER. POLICE AND AMBO EN-ROUTE. (STL 835). 9:50p.m.

STLFN: U/D ON NEW ATHENS FD (ST.CLAIR CO.IL) **BOATING ACCIDENT @ BECKS LANDING S/C FOR SWANSEA FD DIVE TEAM TO RESP. TO THE SCENE. (STL 835). 9:59p.m.

STLFN: U/D ON NEW ATHENS FD (ST.CLAIR CO.IL) **BOATING ACCIDENT** @ BECKS LANDING CO'S RESCUEING VICTIMS ATT. (STL 835). 10:26p.m.

STLFN: OFALLON, ILL (MADISON COUNTY) OFALLON FD HAS A 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE AT 127 S. LONG STREET. THEY HAVE A FIRE IN THE KITCHEN WITH 1 LINE OFF. THEY ARE NOW LADDERING THE BUILDING. /STL819. 11:53p.m.

STLFN: NEW ATHENS ILL. (ST. CLAIR COUNTY) DELAYED PAGE U/D ON NEW ATHENS FD'S WATER RESCUE AT BECKS LANDING. THEY REPORTED ASSIGNMENT COMPLETE AND RETURNING TO QUARTERS. /STL819. 11:59p.m.


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Incidents from CIFN - Central Illinois Fire Network
http://cifn.org/

Monday, May 30, 2005
(Central Time Zone)

CIFN NATIONAL GEONA-KINGSTON(DEKALB CO IL) 2-11 ON BOX 6-66 FOR A W/F AT 30681 LINCOLN. RPTD ONE HOUSE AND TWO BARNS. CIFN-140. 2:24p.m.

CIFN NATIONAL GEONA-KINGSTON(DEKALB CO IL)NOW A 3-11 ON BOX 6-66 FOR THE W/F 30681 LINCOLN. SPEC REQ FOR DEKALB ENG CIFN*140. 2:26p.m.

NATIONAL 2ND ALM: EFFINGHAM CITY IL.(EFFINGHAM)/ F/I STRUCTURE FIRE/ E. RAINY ST BEHIND THE EFFINGHAM MALL/ M/A FROM TEUTOPLIS, WATSON, AND MONTROSE FD/ EFFINGHAM RQST TOWER 1 TO SCENE. CIFN*1. 8:55p.m.

NATIONALS 2ND ALM: EFFINGHAM CITY IL.(EFFINGHAM)/ F/I STRUCTURE FIRE/ E RAINY BEHIND THE MALL/ ATLEAST 4 LINES IN OPERATION/ WATER SHUTTLE IN PROGRESS. CIFN*1/60. 9:03p.m.

NATIONALS 2ND ALM: EFFINGHAM CITY IL.(EFFINGHAM)/ WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE/ E RAINY ST./ THIS IS BELIEVED TO BE BUSMAN FARMS UNK IF IT IS THE BARN OR FARM HOUSE ON FIRE ATT. CIFN*1/60. 9:06p.m.

INFO:405 S. MAIN:IUKA (MARION), IL:CIFN:IUKA GRADE SCHOOL HAS A SMOKE ALARM/ IUKA FD HAS MULTIPLE UNITS O/S WAITING ON KEYHOLDER:CIFN. 9:38p.m.

LOCAL: NEW ATHENS FD (ST. CLAIR)/ BOATING ACCIDENT/ BECK'S LANDING/ REPORT OF 2 PEOPLE IN THE WATER. CIFN*1 (H/L CIFN*121. 9:47p.m.


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*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***


UNITED KINGDOM
LONDON FIRE BRIGADE DAILY REPORT

17 May 05


1617 A33 Tottenham 4 pump fire, ALP x 1 at the Three Compasses Public House on Queen Street, derelict 3-sty tavern 20m x 25m, heavy fire all floors and roof using 3 jets, 2 hosereels, TIC, ALP Aerial Ladder Platform.

1852 A37 Barnet 6 PUMP FIRE, PERSONS REPORTED at the Raven Croft Park Old Persons House, 3 Ravencroft Park, 3-sty nursing home 45m x 24m, basement fully involved with heavy extension to 1st flr, 18 occupants evacuated by staff, 7 occupants rescued by fire crews, 14 occupants evacuated by fire crews, 2 occupants rescued via ground ladders from 3rd flr, 14 occupants & staff treated for smoke inhalation.


18 May 05

0845 F26 Bethnal Green 4 pump fire in the rear of 10 Ruthven St, derelict 10m x 10m warehouse fully involved using 4 jets & 2 hosereels, TIC.

0950 G24 Southall 4 pump confirmed chemical incident at St. Bernards Hospital on Uxbridge Rd, approx 3000 litres of 38% caustic soda solution leaked from fractured piping on storage tank, using level A suits, decon.

1052 H31 Croydon 4 pump fire, asbestos involved at Webber Furnture, 115 Sydenham Rd, fire in a building and workshops under demolition, using 1 jet.

2110 G30 Wembley 15 PUMP FIRE, AERIALS x 3 at Trade Flooring, Perivale Park on Horseden Lane, 3-sty warehouse and offices 30m x 60m fully involved thru the roof using 3 aerials, 4 jets, 1 ground monitor. (Note: London equivalent of a 5-alarm fire)

0032 H37 Wallington 4 pump fire, cylinders reported on Durand Close, fire involving a 4m x 3m garden shed, a van, 1 propane and 1 acetylene cylinders, using 2 jets, TIC, approx 150 civilians evacuated.


21 May 05

1235 H31 Croydon 4 pump fire, persons reported at 226B London Rd, 3rd flr apartment fire in a 3-sty apartment bldg, extended into cockloft, using 1 hosereel, ALP Aerial Ladder Platform.

2214 G30 Wembley 6 PUMP FIRE, CYLINDERS REPORTED at Transonics on Woodsde Place, 1 & 2-sty garage, workshop and offices 35m x 35m, heavy fire 2nd flr thru the roof extended to 2 automobiles, using 4 jets, 1 hosereel, 6 propane and 1 oxygen cylinder removed, 50 civilians evacuated.

0431 H25 West Norwood 4 pump fire, persons reported at 70 Wyatt Park Rd, 2-sty private dwelling 5m x 8m, working fire 1st flr using 1 hosereel & 1 jet, 1 civilian rescued.


23 May 05

0746 G32 Ruislip 4 pump fire at Ragons Health Club on Chesnut Ave, 1 & 20sty health clug 40m x 20m, 4m x 2m steam room fully involved w/extension to boiler room using 2 hosereels, TIC.

2303 G37 Chiswick 4 pump fire on Great West Rd, 4-sty 100m x 50m factory under demolition, roof fire using 2 jets, TIC.


24 May 05

1056 F43 Barking 4 pump fire, cylinders reported at Walton Freight Services on River Rd, fire involving two trailers full of tires and 1 LPG cylinder, using 1 jet, ground monitor, water relay operations.

1923 E42 Biggin Hill 4 pump fire, cylinders and asbestos reported on Vincent Square, 1-sty derelict workshop 25m x 25m fully involved, three 12.5kg propane cylinders and asbestos roofing involved, using 2 jets, ALP Aerial Ladder Platform monitor, TIC, 40 civilians evacuated.


26 May 05

0915 H25 West Norwood 4 pump fire, persons reported at Eccleston House on Tulse Hill, heavy fire in a 4th flr apartment using 2 hosereels.

1446 G31 Northolt 4 pump fire, persons reported at Gainsborough Tower on Academy Gardens, 12-sty apartment bldg 20m x 20m, working fire in a 7th flr apartment using 1 hosereel, 3 civilians rescued.


KC-01


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5/29/05
Sunday in Oakley, IL

Don Morr Equipment Co. on East County Line Road had a fire that destroyed the whole business. Noone was hurt in the blaze and possible cause was from burning leaf embers that had blown onto the building from some burning leaves that the owner had burned just an hour beforehand. Took 30 minutes to get the fire under control and the smoke could be seen for miles. Piatt and Macon county units responded most notably Cerro Gordo and Mt. Zion departments and Mt. Zion had 1 aerial up. Several explosions occurred inside the building possibly from some oil tanks. The business was a Farm and Lawn Equipment company. This report came from the Decatur Herald and Review on Memorial Day.


5/30/05
Memorial Day 4:14AM

Taylorville, IL Round Table Restraunt located at 102 E Park had a fire that damaged 30% of the building, mostly in the kitchen, storage areas, and part of the upstairs apartment, with the seating area taking on smoke and water damage. Taylorville, Stonington, and Edinburg units responded with a total of 30 firefighters. Took 2 hours to contain. Noone was injured and the those living in the upstairs apartment made it out ok. This report came from the Taylorville Breeze Courier on Memorial Day.


Eric
etrain1214@yahoo.com


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Gary, IN

05/30/05 00:20
Still Alarm Vicinity 20th & Maryland (1980 Maryland)
Sq-2 o/s with a 2.5 frame 30 x 60, rear porches going, fire on all floors. S/C 3rd engine (E-12) bring in another hydrant from Virginia St. 5 lines used, stick to the roof. Fire contained to bldg of origin. (15th fire in this neighborhood in last month.... all vacants/unoccupied.) E-2,4,12 T-4, Sqd 2, 4th Battalion all worked

05/30/05 02:09 Still Alarm 1138 Pyramid Drive
Eng 2 & Squad 2 quick pickup from previous, Co's arrived to find a 1 sty frm 25x40 fire showing from the attached garage. 2 lines used, held to garage and auto outside, only minor extension to the house. E-2,1 T-1, Sqd 2, 8th Battalion worked.


Rob Groszewski
rgroszewski@hotmail.com


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LOS ANGELES, CA:


HORSE RESCUE IN SUN VALLEY:


On Monday, May 30, 2005 at 0941 hours (09:41 a.m. PDT) nine companies of Los Angeles firefighters, three LAFD Rescue Ambulances, one EMS District Captain, one LAFD Helicopter, one LAFD Heavy Rescue, and two Urban Search and Rescue units, all under the direction of Battalion Commander Michael Bowman responded to a Horse Rescue on the horse trails at 11098 West McBroom Street in Sun Valley. When the dedicated men and women of the LAFD arrived on scene, they found a horse stuck in the mire up to the belly. LAFD contacted Animal Services who immediately responded to the scene and firefighters quickly went to work to affect a rescue, under their guidance. During the rescue operation a male acquaintance of the horse rider, became briefly pinned by the thrashing horse as he attempted to provide comfort to the equine. The man was extricated, treated on scene, and transported with a possible fracture of the left ankle, to Kaiser Hospital. Utilizing a harness, rescue ropes, and manpower the horse was eventually freed from the confining mud in just one hour and forty-eight minutes. Following the successful effort of the firefighters, the horse was carefully rinsed off and a veterinarian was summoned to the scene to examine the horse for injury. The horse, named Lacy, is reported to be in good condition.


MULTI-PATIENT TRAFFIC COLLISION ON THE FREEWAY:

On Monday, May 30, 2005 at 2210 Hours (10:10 p.m. PDT), five companies of Los Angeles firefighters, four LAFD Rescue Ambulances, one EMS Battalion Captain, one LAFD Heavy Rescue and one Urban Search and Rescue Squad, under the direction of Battalion Commander Evan Williams responded to a Multi-Patient Traffic Collision with People Trapped on the 170 Freeway, just South of Victory Boulevard. The first Company arrived quickly to discover two vehicles and one motorcycle involved in a collision with entrapment of passengers. In one vehicle, firefighters found two male patients, both in their sixties, complaining of blunt chest trauma and various cuts and bruises to their extremities. Both men had to be extricated, utilizing specialized equipment such as the Jaws of Life, and were attentively transported, in critical condition, to nearby Hospitals. A male and female, ranging in age from mid-twenties to thirties, traveling in another mid-sized vehicle, were treated for neck and back pain and abdominal pain respectively and transported in good condition. A male motorcyclist, in his thirties, was treated on the scene for minor leg pain and transported to County USC Medical Center. Officials from the California Highway Patrol are actively investigating the collision.


REPORT PREPARED BY:
With continued loyalty,

Melissa Kelley
Firefighter III
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department


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Brooklyn, N. Y. 05/30/05 @ 01:30 hrs.
Kensington Section

Box 1539
address: 191 East 17th. Street
between: Beverly Rd. & Albemarle Rd.

1539 @ 01:39
Engs. 281, 248, 255
Lad. 147, T. Lad. 157
Batt. 41

10 - 75 - 1539 @ 01:45
Ladder 113 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 240
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #1
Batt. 48
Division 15

Fire Building:
6 Story Brick 175 x 125 O. M. D.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Yard
Exp. #3: Is a Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1539 @ 01:47
Batt. 41 reports: Box 1539, Using All - Hands for a fire on the 2nd floor of a 6 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. 1 - line stretched and in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up"
Searches are in - progress. Doubtful.

@ 01:49
Batt. 41: Box 1539, Primary searches of the Fire Apt. and the floor above are negative.

@ 01:53
Batt. 41: Box 1539, Fire is UnderControl.
Fire was in Apt. 2 "adam" Fire Apt. is a vacant Apt. " K "

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 05/30/05 @ 02:30 hrs.
New Lots Section

Box 2059
address: 570 Hemlock Street
between: Pitkin Ave. & Belmont Ave.

2059 @ 02:18
Engs. 236, 225, 332
T. Lad. 107, Lad. 175
Batt. 39

10 - 75 - 2059 @ 02:22
Ladder 103 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 293
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #252
Batt. 44
Division 15

@ 02:23
Special Call an additional Truck for window bars. TowerLadder 142 is s/c

" Batt. 39 to Brooklyn, Transmit a 2nd. Alarm. We have fire in the exposure "

2nd Alarm:
2 - 2 - 2059 @ 02:26
Engs. 290, 285, 294, 286
Lad. 143
Eng. 207 w / Satellite 6
Batt. 51 "Safety Cord."
Batt. 58 "Comm. Cord."
Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1 / Tac Support Unit #2

Fire Building:
2 Story Frame 20 x 40 P/D
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type detach

@ 02:28
Batt. 39 reports: Box 2059, We have 3 - lines stretched, 3 - lines are in operation. We have fire on the top floor of the Fire Bldg. and top floor of Exp. #2 Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is Doubtful.

@ 02:44
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 2nd Alarm, Box 2059, Division 15, Deputy Chief Butler reports: Fire in ( 3 ) 2 Story frame private dwellings, 20 x 40. The original Fire Bldg. is vacant. The reports of people trapped were in Exp. #2. Primary searches are all negative. Fire has been knocked down. Still Doubtful.

@ 02:51
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 2nd Alarm, Box 2059, Division 15, Deputy Chief Butler reports: Secondary search of the top floor of the Fire Bldg. is negative. Probably Will Hold.

@ 02:56
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 2nd Alarm, Box 2059, Division 15, Deputy Chief Butler reports: All secondary searches in all Bldg's are complete and negative. Fire is UnderControl.

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 05/30/05 @ 13:00 hrs.
New Lots Section

Box 2050
address: 362 Crescent Street
between: McKinley St. & Weldon St.

2050 @ 13:01
Engs. 236, 225, 332
T. Lad. 107, Lad. 175
Batt. 39

10 - 75 - 2050 @ 13:03
TowerLadder 142 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 293
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #252
Batt. 44
Division 15

Fire Building:
2 Story Frame 20 x 60 O. M. D.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Vacant Lot
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 2050 @ 13:07
Batt. 39 reports: Go with the All - Hands. Doubtful. Fire's on the 2nd floor of an occupied multiple dwelling, 2 story " K "

@ 13:09
Batt. 39: At Box 2050, Using All - hands for a fire on the 2nd floor of a 2 story multiple dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Primary search still in - progress. Truck's are "Opening Up" Still Doubtful.

@ 13:13
Batt. 39: At Box 2050, Primary's are negative thru out the Fire Bldg. Probably Will Hold.

@ 13:24
Batt. 39: Box 2050, All secondary searches are complete and negative thru out. Fire is UnderControl.

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Queens, N. Y. 05/30/05 @ 19:00 hrs.
Astoria Section

Box 7422
address: 32 - 62 34th. Street
between: Broadway & 34th. Ave.

7422 @ 19:01
Engs. 262, 260, 263
Lad. 116, T. Lad. 117
Batt. 49

10 - 75 - 7422 @ 19:10
TowerLadder 163 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 312
Rescue Co. #4
Squad Co. #288
Batt. 45
Division 14

Fire Building:
3 Story Brick 20 x 60 O. M. D.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is an Alley
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is an Alley

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 7422 @ 19:14
Batt. 49 reports: Box 7422, Using All - Hands. Fire's on the 2nd. floor of a 3 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. Truck's are "Opening Up" 1 - line is stretched and in operation. Fire's Doubtful.

@ 19:15
Batt. 49: Box 7422, Primary searches are negative in the Fire Apt.

@ 19:18
Batt. 49: Box 7422, Primary searches thru out are complete and negative. All visible fire has been knocked down. Still Doubtful.

@ 19:19
Batt. 49: Box 7422, Probably Will Hold.

@ 19:28
Batt. 49: At Box 7422, All secondary searches thru out are negative. Fire is UnderControl.


exchief84@sbcglobal.net


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*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*
- Compiled by J.R. Bolduc (NH Statewide 91) n1qgs@yahoo.com

On May 30th:

1867
- Andover (West Andover) - NH - Depot store burns

1873 - Boston - MA - 4th Alarm+ - Box 53 - Hale, Morse and Company Furniture Factory - 411 Washington Street - Conflagration involved over 100 businesses with a property loss of over $1,000,000

1884 - Milford - NH - off Elm St - James Lewis Tannery burned down - (1st of 3 times)

1986 - Boston - MA - 581 Centre St. 2nd-2459. 500 gal gas spill at gas station onto street.

2000 - Providence - RI - 3rd Alarm - Box 3135 - 50 Sprague St - Vacant 4 Sty mill (with squatters) 200x75 - Fire floor 3 in rear - 5 ladders operating

2000 - Washington - NH - 2nd Alarm - 162 Valley Rd


http://www.bolducnh.com/State_wide/onthisdate-ne.htm


END.


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